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Pequod1

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  1. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    I don’t do sundays but’s if it is not windy Monday, I’ll be there"
  2. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    I wonder if I talked to you today and tuesday. Did you use the Hanover launch? We did the same as you but my go to lures have been rainbow renoskis , and Michigan stingers. I have the black Alumacraft.
  3. Pequod1

    Sturgeon Point 2018

    I have a 16 1/2 almacraft escape. Narrow beam. No problem for most of my fishing but have to pick days on Erie. Anyway, I hope the weather lets us get out a few more times.
  4. Pequod1

    Sturgeon Point 2018

    I made the same trip from Rochester too that day. Got out by 7:30 and had about two hours to get 8 fish. Too much for my boat and headed in . Another great forecast. I hope the wind forecast for tomorrow is correct. Going to give it a try.
  5. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    i started in the wrong are and it took us some time to get our two man limit. We went slightly east of the Cat close to the border in 75’. We did run in to steelhead out there and got 6 and lost a few. Ran in a bit and found a nice school of eyes. I think the guys that crushed them were further east and not as deep. We saw a lot of boats there. Everything was the top 40’. Renoskis and Michigan stinger spoons..
  6. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    It was 44 deg at 50’ at the cat. No it will settle in a few days. They will be back
  7. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    I was there and between four boats, we caught four eyes, 2 lakers and one steelhead. Fished from 70-90' Ice water and a strong east to west current. Not good at all.
  8. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    Great sharing on info. A couple of weeks ago, I posted that I could not get a fish on the renoskis. Everything on the harnesses. The trick is to go “ cold turkey” . Run all plugs/ spoons and kick up the speed. I had a lot of hits on turns too. That tells me they plugs were going faster or slower than the 2"2average speed depending on the turn.
  9. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    Hard to say. Just about equal. SOG was around 2.2. I always use one dicey with wire set at 2 1/2 and the other side has mono set at 3. If I had a bigger boat, I would probably run 4 dipseys and forget the lead core just because it is easier for me.
  10. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    Basically straight out of the Cat in 75-81' today. Finally got rid of the worm harnesses and did a three man limit on renoskis. Dipsy's , lead core and a nice 28" fish on the rigger set at 53.
  11. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    That’s great news. Maybe it will be a good fall perching.
  12. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    Wow, what a day. We had doubles and triples out there. Never slowed down. 75' straight out, 50' down. We were finished at 10:30 and looked for perch. Couldn't find any.
  13. Wire on one and mono on the other.
  14. Pequod1

    The mighty Niagara 2018

    Pretty cool. One question - Where were the gobies?
  15. Pequod1

    Cattaragus

    I knew if I followed youngbloods advice it would be a good day, and it was. A little shorter on the dipsey at 150 but the same depth of water. Lead core went at 7-8 color and wire diver was out 100'. I did not bother with the riggers today. Just a little too sporty out there.
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